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Do you think that the Americans are blackening the name of Toyota just to promote sales of American Cars?

Asked By: Risteard O'Connell - 2/24/2010
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Yes they are... More
Answered By: vermaizcool - 2/25/2010
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We very well could be doing that. Mass media controls everything. What people on the news says, people listen to. There is no wat however the American government has any part in the blackening of Toyota.
Answered By: Grant - 2/24/2010
 
I fully believe that is what the obama administration is doing , now that the own so much of the US auto industry. It is an attack of opportunity by the auto unions on a non union auto company... More
Answered By: gone - 2/24/2010
 
No, Toyota caused its own problems.
Answered By: Aloha - 2/24/2010
 
Ya, the people are killing them self's running into stuff when the gas pedal sticks. There doing that to help the american car sales is just stupid. Any vehicle can have a recall problem, may companies have safety recall, there not doing that to boost sales.
Answered By: David - 2/24/2010
 
Not sure if I'd like to answer with a profound "yes" or not ... but think of it this way .... if you were a competitor to Toyota , what better a time to choose ! Money on this level speaks volumes ... and volumes .. and ... you get the picture.
Answered By: ec_sincity - 2/24/2010
 
No
Answered By: Nick Samuel - 2/24/2010
 
The 34 plus fatalities and recalls of millions of vehicles for essential systems (brakes, steering, acceleration, drive shaft), as well as the ensuing cover-up and denials are al Toyota's doing. The only conspiracy was within the board rooms of that corporation. The fact that Toyota was accused by the Japanese... More
Answered By: Jesse - 2/24/2010
 
Yes they are...No doubt in my mind...
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Answered By: Johnny Rotten - 2/25/2010
 
Not safe at any speed.is Ralph still in the go ?
Answered By: Zimmer - 2/25/2010
 
Absolutely.
Answered By: D's B2B - 2/26/2010
 
Yes i do there is nothing wrong with toyota cars i have had 9 in the last 25 years. They are just going through a rough time, but they will come out smiling..
Answered By: bty49855220 - 2/27/2010
 
I agree with vermaiz... More
Answered By: Jacob - 2/27/2010
 
Yeah, you've figured us out... More
Answered By: AZ - 2/28/2010
 
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